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Pincode of Kunnapakkam, Villupuram, Tamil Nadu is 604101



Pincode604101
NameKunnapakkam B.O
DistrictVillupuram
StateTamil Nadu
StatusBranch Office(Delivery)
Head OfficeTindivanam H.O
Sub OfficeAkshipakkam S.O
LocationTindivanam Taluk of Villupuram District
Telephone NoNot Available
SPCCTINDIVANAM-604001
Department InfoPondicherry Division Chennai Region Region Tamilnadu Circle
AddressTamil Nadu 604101, India
Indian Postal Code System Consists of Six digits. The first to digits represent the state, the second two digits represent the district and the Third two digits represents the Post Office.In this case the first two digits 60 represents the state Tamil Nadu, the second two digits 41 represent the district Villupuram, and finally 01 represents the Post Office Kunnapakkam B.O. Thus the Zip Code of Kunnapakkam B.O, Villupuram, tamil nadu is 604101



Villupuram Info

Tindivanam is a town and a municipality in Viluppuram district in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. Important roads from north to south (NH 45) Tamil Nadu pass through Tindivanam and similarly from west to east (NH 66).

History

Tindivanam was early known as tinthirivanam(திந்திரிவனம்) due to the shivan temple located at Tindivanam. The name of the shivan located there is திந்திரிஈஸ்வர்.. (Tinthieswar). Tindivanam is a Selection grade Municipal Town. Tindivanam was constituted as a Municipality in 01.04.1949 then it was upgraded as 2nd grade Municipality from 03.04.1970, 1st grade Municipality in 22.05.98 and Selection Grade in 02.12.2008.

Ennairam, located near Tindivanam, has inscriptions about the Hindu shastras that date back to the 11th century. The Chola temple of Narasimma swamy koil built by Rajaraja Chola 1 (985 –1010) and has reached 1000 years. 8,000 samanaras lived More Info



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